Health concers raised over home-processed foods at Faire

CAYUSE MOUNTAIN – Some vendors at the 44th Annual Okanogan Family Faire late last month were in for a surprise, after local health officials prohibited the sale of home processed foods due to health risk concerns.

“As an employee of Okanogan County Public Health, it is my job to educate and ensure food safety by enforcing Washington Administrative Code,” Okanogan County Public Health’s Environmental Health Specialist Mike Harr said...

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